Rams Win 2010-11 Skyline Conference President's Cup
- Five Championship Titles and Two Runner-up Finishes -
Farmingdale, N.Y. - After winning a league-high five championships in 2010-11, Farmingdale State has captured its first-ever Skyline Conference Presidents Cup, a measure of all-sports excellence in conference competition. The Skyline Conference instituted the Presidents Cup in 2007-08.
Farmingdale State compiled 105 out of a possible 131 points for an overall rating of .802. The Rams took home league crowns in women’s soccer, men’s tennis, golf, softball and baseball this past season and garnered runner-up distinction in men’s lacrosse and women’s basketball.
St. Joseph’s-L.I. finished second overall with a rating of .750 after seizing the men’s and women’s cross country championships as well as the baseball regular season title. Mount Saint Mary (.717) placed third, followed by Old Westbury (.550), Maritime (.522), Purchase (.515), Bard (.509), The Sage Colleges (.471), NYU-Poly (.426), Mount Saint Vincent (.412) and Yeshiva (.279).
A school earns points toward the Presidents Cup based upon the conference finish in each sport in which it competes. For each sport, the maximum number of points an institution can earn is equal to the number of teams competing in that sport. For sports with regular-season and conference tournament play, a school receives points based upon an average of the regular-season and conference tournament finishes. For sports with only conference championships, the finish in the championship determines the Presidents Cup points. An overall rating is generated for each school, which is a percentage of total points earned divided by total points possible for that school.
St. Joseph’s-L.I. won the award in 2007-08, 2008-09 and 2009-10.
Institution: Total Points, Possible Points, Rating
Farmingdale State: 105.00, 131, .802
St. Joseph’s-L.I.: 90.75, 121, .750
Mount Saint Mary: 96.75, 135, .717
Old Westbury: 60.50, 110, .550
Maritime: 52.75, 101, .522
Purchase: 68.00, 132, .515
Bard: 54.00, 106, .509
The Sage Colleges: 52.25, 111, .471
NYU-Poly: 51.50, 121, .426
Mount Saint Vincent: 51.50, 125, .412
Yeshiva: 31.50, 113, .279